A background document on the Tatu Tano programme in Nshamba, Tanzania, Developed and implemented by Kwa Wazee.
Una historia de resistencia y protección Guardia Indígena. Acciones para la protección comunitaria, defensa de los derechos humanos y construcción de memoria histórica en comunidades indigenas en los departamentos de Choco y Antioquia, Colombia.
An episode from the What I’ve Learnt podcast series. Hosted by War Child Holland & Lucy Hillier, this episode features Ken Ondoro & Juan José Castellanos Piedrahita discussing what community led child protection can look like and why they have encountered in their work.
In this episode we’ll be speaking with our guest Dr. Glynis Clacherty. Glynis is a long time child protection and MHPSS researcher and advisor has worked across the African continent and many other regions.
A document which shares the body of knowledge acquired by the Concerned Working for Children, India, and questons which still need answering.
The aims of the Humuliza Project are to develop a practical instrument to enable teachers and caregivers to support orphans psychologically and to develop the orphans’ own capacity to cope with the loss of their caretakers.
Several decades of experience in working with vulnerable children across the planet had resulted in Kurt coming to believe that in the face of family, community and societal disintegration, the single most important supportive “intervention” that could be offered “to”, and more importantly “with” children and youth, might be the…
A training workshop manual provides guidance on how to collect real-life stories of change from community members by using video as a participatory evaluation tool. The manual provides detailed support on each step and can potentially be used beyond its original purpose to document and tell the story of the…
Designed for children and young people who are doing a photography or art projects on children’s rights.
One-page music activities. The activities are simple but require preparation and practice to facilitate. While the focus is psychosocial, with no explanation as to how they impact on individuals and groups, they could be used as icebreakers, team building and for other objectives.